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Webcasting Reprieved At Last Minute

New royalty rates for webcasting go into effect on Sunday, but SoundExchange will not immediately attempt to collect them from members of the Copyright Royalty Board.

Doomsday Approaches For Web Radio
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Sunday, July 15, 2007. Remember that date if you’re an Internet radio fan. It could be the day independent stations go offline. The RIAA wants its money, and it wants it by Sunday.

Using Numbers for Effective Presentations
My friend Darcy at Fair Isaac Corporation shared a fascinating tip with me for making more effective presentations. This is something I had never really thought about. He says that publishers have long been aware of the power of numbers in grabbing people’s attention. Think about titles of popular books such as "1,000 Places To See Before You Die" and "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People."

Television does it with their countdown shows and websites do it with lists: "AFI’s 100 Greatest American Movies" or "VH1’s 100 Greatest Kid Stars."

Forrester Releases Webcasting Report

Forrester Research just released a new report by Claire Schooley on the use of webcasts in large organizations.

Vendors For Webcasting Services

Jen submitted the following question as a comment to an earlier post:

Webcasting As Advertising

ON24 announced a new product offering this week. It’s called Bannercast Live, and the concept in a nutshell gives users the ability to paste a live webcast directly into a website banner advertisement.

Yahoo Search Guys Go Webcasting

Jeremy Zawodny and Tim Mayer, known for their search work with Yahoo, have a webcast/podcast planned for debut.

Webcasting Meets The Press

Viewers who missed the latest episode of “Meet The Press” on Sunday mornings will get the chance to view it online as an on-demand video.